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FAQ

How durable is a glass guitar/neck?

 

More durable than many assume. In the video below I perform a few “stress tests” to demonstrate the durability of my instruments.

 

When will I receive my order?

 

It will take several months before I am able to complete any given order. The shipping times stated on the product pages are estimates. Your guitar or neck may be ready before or after the time frame stated.

 

Can I have something custom made?

 

Possibly. There are some things I am currently unwilling or unable to accommodate. They are as follows; Single cutaway designs, Exact copies of other guitars, Anything with more than 6 strings, Headless necks, Floyd Rose and Strat style tremolo systems, alternative headstock designs, etc. This is not a complete list. If you have an idea for something different than my work so far feel free to email me at morningstarglassguitars@gmail.com

 

What is your refund policy?

 

I do not offer refunds after orders are placed. All sales are final. If a guitar or neck is damaged during shipping you must email photos of the damage to morningstarglassguitars@gmail.com within 5 days of delivery. Refunds will only be issued if the guitar is damaged during shipping.

How are your glass bolt on necks attached to a guitar body?

My glass necks can be attached with the same screws used to attach a stock wood neck. I drill four holes in the heel of the neck and fill them with clear epoxy. After the epoxy cures I drill a smaller pilot hole in the epoxy where the screws will go. The epoxy grips the threads of the screws keeping it securely attached to the body.

Do you make basses?

I currently have a Jazz model available for order.

 

Do you ship internationally?

Yes. The customer is responsible for the cost of shipping and paying all duties and taxes that are incurred.

How do you…?

I made a video demonstrating the build process. Most questions should be covered here.